Robert Earl Keen Announces New Spring 2019 Tour Dates

February 14 - Nashville, TN... Robert Earl Keen announces Spring 2019 dates. Keen kicks off a new slate of high-energy full-band concerts with the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo on March 17 and ends in Baton Rouge on April 20 for a twenty-date run. More dates to be added.

Just in time for the last minute Valentine, give a gift you both can enjoy. Tickets for these newly announced concerts are on sale now! 
Tickets for Robert Earl Keen are now on sale in the following markets:

3/17 Houston, TX - Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo**

3/22 Ithaca, NY - Hangar Theatre

3/24 Philadelphia, PA - World Cafe Live

3/26 Alexandria, VA - The Birchmere Music Hall

3/27 Richmond, VA - The National*

3/30 Plano, TX - KHYI's Texas Music Revolution

4/6 Little Rock, AR - The Rev Room

4/7 St. Louis, MO - Off Broadway

4/8 Cincinnati - Memorial Hall

4/9 Charlottesville, VA - Jefferson Theater

4/10 Raleigh NC - Lincoln Theatre

4/11 Charlotte NC - The Neighborhood Theatre

4/12 Winston/Salem NC - The Ramkat

4/13 Savannah GA - Savannah Music Festival

4/15 Asheville, NC - Orange Peel*

4/16 Franklin Tn - Franklin Theatre

4/17 Franklin Tn - Franklin Theatre

4/18 Jackson MS - Duling Hall*

4/19 New Orleans LA - House of Blues

4/20 Baton Rouge LA - Varsity Theatre

*Go on sale Friday at 10:00amCST

**Date with George Strait and Lyle Lovett

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About Robert Earl Keen:
Singer, songwriter, and entertainer Robert Earl Keen has recorded 19 albums and performed thousands of shows, first as a folk singer and now as a country star. He is an avid reader who majored in English at Texas A&M University. His first album was No Kinda Dancer (1984) and most recent is Live Dinner Reunion (2016). His work ranges from country to bluegrass to rock. His songs have been recorded by artists including George Strait, Lyle Lovett, Nanci Griffith, Joe Ely, Montgomery Gentry, Dixie Chicks, The Highwaymen, Gillian Welch, Todd Snider, and Shawn Colvin. In 2012, he was inducted into the Texas Heritage Songwriters Hall of Fame along with his college friend, Lyle Lovett and the late Townes Van Zandt. In March 2015, BMI honored him as the first recipient of the Troubadour Award. In January 2019, Keen was inducted into The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and rewarded The Rick Smith “Spirit of Texas Award” celebrating the achievements and uniqueness of Texans. Keen is currently on tour performing shows in 2019 with George Strait, and Lyle Lovett, and will embark on his annual Christmas tour in December. Keen’s signature song is “The Road Goes On Forever.” (

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